It is time to celebrate the all-time favorite fruit by devouring these apple books for little learners!
There’s so much to learn about apples. How they grow, the lifecycle of an apple, the variety of apples, harvesting the delicious fruits, and of course, putting them to use!
Besides reading apple books, two of my favorite things to do with apples in my classroom is to have my little learners help make applesauce in a slow cooker and cut apples in half and use them as a paint stamp.
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Apple Books for Little Learners
Tag along on a trip to the apple orchard! I love this book because it gives teachers an opportunity to ask their little learners about the signs of fall. I love hearing what my little learners have to say.
This fantastic book is interactive with the seasons of the year. Shake, blow, and tap along to help the magic tree as it changes seasons.
Here is another clever interactive book that requires the use of a light. Shine the light behind the page to reveal the secrets of the apple tree!
With the help of a little girl, the life cycle of an apple is explored. From the seed to tree and everything in between, this book is a must-read for your little learners.
Here is another one of my favorite children’s book from National Geographic. Fantastic photographs capture the magnificent apple tree perfectly.
There is so much to see under the apple tree! When you read this book you won’t have to go far. This particular apple tree is in the backyard of one curious little boy.
Rhyming words and familiar characters are a necessity for this apple book list!
This book makes the apple tree look so delicious. The beautiful illustrations along with the storyline make this one enticing book.
This isn’t your typical tutorial on how to make an apple pie. It is an adventurous story that takes you on a trip to find the most delicious apples to make the perfect apple pie.
A hedgehog gets into quite the pickle when an apple lands on his back. His friends try to help but only add to the problem and pretty soon hedgehog can’t fit in his home!
Since we are speaking about apples, let’s use this as an opportunity to teach our little learners about the variety of fruits and vegetables that are grown around the world. The illustrations are gorgeous!
An adorable rhyming and counting book that will quickly become a classroom favorite.
What will Maria and her family do with all of those apples from the apple orchard? Make applesauce of course!
Take a closer look at the apple tree and the different types of apples that grow around the world. Once you learn about the variety of apples, it’s time to bake your own apple pie from the recipe at the end of this book.
Annie sure stays busy growing so many apples. Read along as she picks, bakes, and eats the juiciest apples!
It’s field trip day and it just so happens that the class is going to visit an apple orchard! This book is perfect for classrooms!
Give those little learners a first-hand look at what an apple orchard looks like in real life. With these fantastic photos, the story really does come to life.
I think tasting is one of the favorite senses of little learners. And why wouldn’t it be? Bring a few apples with you to storytime and see how eager your students are to try a bite of a juicy, crisp apple.
How do you celebrate apples in your classroom? Share your favorite apple book, apple craft, or apple recipe that you LOVE with me in the comments. Happy Harvesting!
For even more fall-related fun in your classroom, check out my Fall Themed Activities for Little Learners!
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For more of my favorite books, check out my themed lists! These are sure to keep your library shelves full!